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Looking for a housemate

Single ensuite room available in our lovely three-bedroom house in Didsbury. Five-minute walk from city centre. Move in from 1 June. Shared kitchen and living room with two female housemates, no parking, £600 a month excluding bills. No pets. Contact 07890 123456 for viewing.

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I really like to live alone. I already lived for 5 years in boarding school, and I don't liked.

Generally speaking, there are people who love sharing their space with others, both can learn a lot. I´d like to live with a housemate, why not?

To be honest I really enjoy living alone I don’t feel bored or isolated at all. Also, there are so many reason why I don’t want to live with stranger. Just imagine they bring their friends have a party overnight, turn on music, talk and laugh loudly and they don’t clean the house even we accepted by fair rule to live together in a house at the first time however they skip the rules sometimes and blame for what else reason. It wears me out to live with a housemate like that.

I prefer to live alone.

I prefer to live a lone . Because the most of the time everybody has his own personality which sometimes does not match mine . Like some people like to sleep late and the others sleep early .......etc .

For my entire life I have lived with my family. I want to tray to live alone and see how it will be. I think it will be challenging but also interesting.

i prefer to live with mate in room , i'm social person so i need someone stay with to have fun , i don't like pet animal .

I prefer to share a house with some friendly guys. Where we can make our living in a fun way. In a shared house, Everyone learns how to consider or sacrifice with others, friends can do something when someone is sick or has some difficulties, you can learn how to take challenge and enjoy with different culture and behavior.

Yes, if we shared the kitchen and living room with others, we must consider the housemate's feelings, maybe they come from a different country, have different cultures, life experiences, and living behaviors.

I think that sharing a house is cheaper and also allows you to talk with other people, maybe people from other countries. But if it's about settle down somewhere, the definitely answer is to have a place where to live alone and be more comfortable.

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